Natural Keto Syrup
Skinny Mixes' Keto Naturals collection offers keto-friendly and naturally-sweetened syrups for those looking for something to sweeten their favorite beverages- without dealing with the extra sugar and calories! You can choose a keto syrup flavored in vanilla bean, salted caramel, mocha, peanut butter, pumpkin spice, cinnamon dolce, or hazelnut, or a natural syrup in vanilla bean, salted caramel, chocolate mocha, or cinnamon dolce. We even offer sugar-free maple syrup alternatives! Add this keto friendly, low carb, and sugar free syrup to your coffee, tea, or even water for extra oomph!
Can you have low carb syrup on keto?
Keto and syrups don't seem like a sensible pair. Usually, syrups are sweetened or contain a lot of sugar, so they're not recommended for those on a keto diet. But you can have syrup on keto- as long as the syrup is free from sugar and low carb, like Skinny Mixes' keto or natural syrups, which are naturally sweetened with stevia, monk fruit, and erythritol.
What kind of syrup is keto friendly?
Syrups that don't have sugar or are naturally sweetened with ingredients like stevia, monk fruit, and erythritol, like Skinny Mixes's keto-friendly and natural syrups, work on keto diets. This is because it fulfills the requirements of the keto diet since it is low carb and sugar free- with the bonus of tasting delicious in all your healthy recipes!
Is honey or maple syrup acceptable for keto?
Honey is a sugar and contains a lot of carbohydrates. In a similar way, maple syrup is high in calories and carbs. Both of these syrups will kick you out of ketogenesis, so it's best to avoid maple syrup. But if you're looking for a syrup to sweeten or flavor your drinks or desserts, Skinny Mixes keto-friendly and naturally sweetened syrups can do the job without ruining your keto diet since it's sugar-free, carb-free, and naturally sweetened with stevia, monk fruit, and erythritol.
Is natural maple syrup keto-friendly?
Maple syrup holds a lot of nutritional value due to its mineral and antioxidant content. Just a quarter-cup of it can already give you 6% of your recommended daily dosage of calcium and 11% of the recommended daily amount of zinc. Maple syrup is also rich in magnesium and potassium.
However, natural maple syrup has elevated levels of carbs and calories that don't make it suited to a ketogenic diet. A single teaspoon of maple syrup can hit you with up to fifty-two calories, which is already over the allowable amount to keep you in ketosis.
The best keto-friendly alternative to natural maple syrup- and any flavored syrup, really- is a sugar-free, no-carb syrup, or a naturally sweetened syrup, like the ones offered by Skinny Mixes. We offer several sugar-free maple syrup alternatives.
Keto and Natural Syrup From Skinny Mixes
You can pick from a variety of keto-friendly, low carb, sugar free, and naturally sweetened syrups from Skinny Mixes. Our keto syrup comes in 24.5 oz bottles. The syrup can last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks depending on how frequently you use it. Flavors include vanilla bean, salted caramel, mocha, and cinnamon dolce for both types, with additional peanut butter, pumpkin spice, and hazelnut for the keto syrups. You can get them as individual bottles or buy a pack of different flavors to add great flavor to your beverages and recipes, no matter what you may be in the mood for! You can have your favorite drinks ready in minutes!